Top 6 Things to do in Brcko, Bosnia and Herzegovina

August 16, 2017 Joeann Galban

Brčko (pronounced [br̩̂tʃkoː]) is a town in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina, administrative seat of the Brčko District. It lies on the Sava river across from Croatia. It is the only existent entirely self-governing free city in Europe.
Restaurants in Brcko

1. Gradska Vijecnica Brcko

Bulevar Mira 1, Brcko 76100, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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5 based on 9 reviews

Gradska Vijecnica Brcko

Reviewed By Putovanja Z - Bosnia and Herzegovina

It was built in 1892. and represents one of the most precious examples of Moorish revival architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Europe. it has rich and colorful decoration inside and outside. Through history this building served as a municipality building, post office and library. Now it serves as mayors office and city gallery.

2. Trg Mladih

Brcko, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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4.5 based on 7 reviews

Trg Mladih

Central city square with a Austro-Hungarian architecture from the end of the 19th century.

Reviewed By Mai S - Tamarindo, Costa Rica

Our family of 5 traveled to Brcko in June 2016.There isn't a whole lot to do in this place so this is easily a highlight! Enjoy a cappuccino at one of the many coffee shops, eat a potato on a stick, or corn in a bowl. This area is vibrant and clean, and suitable for families.

3. Fontana Mladosti

Trg Mladih, Brcko 76100, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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4.5 based on 6 reviews

Fontana Mladosti

Reviewed By PirataGambrinus - Santiago, Chile

Dont´be fooled by the small size of this "fontana". Have a second look at the sculpture and you will realize that probably there is no other one in the world. Two children (the youth) playing with a "impressioned" fish. Nice kept and looks like the city takes care of it.

4. Fondacija Legat kuca Ekmecic

Savska, 2 | Next to the border with Croatia., Brcko 76100, Bosnia and Herzegovina +387 49 580-254
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Fondacija Legat kuca Ekmecic

Foundacija Legat Ekmečić is placed in an old Austro-Hungarian building next to the Bosnian border to Croatia. It is a gallery of two academic painters Sead and Mevludin Ekmečić (brothers). Along with paintings visitors can visit our small library, and collection of family's personal belongings and smaller collections of other artists.

Reviewed By Ernad O

A great museum that features Art from a local artist family from Brčko. It gives a great sneak-peak into the history of the city and it's rich artistic background. Anf the best thing: the entrance is free.

5. Sacred heart church

Ljudevita Gaja, Brcko 76100, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Sacred heart church

Reviewed By Putovanja Z - Bosnia and Herzegovina

It's the only catholic church in the city, placed near the city center. It was sacred in 1933. There was older church from 1890. at this place, but it was later replaced with the bigger one. There is also rectory in the church complex. Church architecture is simple, but still very nice.

6. Atik-Savska dzamija

Islahijet, Brcko 76100, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Atik-Savska dzamija

Reviewed By Putovanja Z - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Oldest mosque in the city placed at the mouth of rivers Brka and Sava. First mosque at this place was built in 1600. It was restored many times. It was fully destroyed in the last civil war and rebuilt again in 2007. It's listed as a monument of national interest.

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